Step 1: Create an Account
Before you can post your first new job, you’ll need to create an account. You can sign up with email address. Once you’ve chosen how you’d like to create an account, you’ll have to choose your username and either create a password or enter an email address. Once your account is created, simply go to your inbox, activate it, and go on to fill out your profile.
Step 2: Set Up Your Profile
The first thing most buyers will check for—prior to paying for one of your new job—is your profile. In it, Takefreelancer will ask you to include a photo and several key pieces of information, allowing potential buyers to get to know you a bit more.Pro TipsMake sure that you create a profile that delivers on each and every aspect:Profile Picture: Include a professional looking photo of your real face. This will help to ensure potential buyers trust that you’re a real person, in addition to making your profile appear more professional.Description: Use this section to introduce yourself to prospective buyers. Here, you can include your areas of expertise, experiences, or anything else you think is important—keep it relevant!Languages: Let others know what languages you speak and your level of fluency; this is incredibly important if your gig includes skills like writing or translating.
Here, you should include any skills applicable to the new job you intend to create. These include abilities you’ve gained through past jobs, hobbies, or other life experiences. Certifications: List any additional certifications that may help you stand out from the crowd.
Step 3: Start a New Job
Once your profile has been set up, you can begin creating your first Job! From here, you simply need to click the “Post New” button to start the process.
Step 4: Write Your Job Overview
The first section you’ll need to complete is the Job Overview. Here, you’ll be required to fill out three boxes:
1.The title of your job
2.The category that it falls under
3.Relevant search tags
5.Description for the Job
Along with your title, the description is one of the most important aspects of creating a job that will land you clients.
Don’t skimp on this process. Keep the following in mind to write a compelling overview that will entice a potential client:Job Title: You’re only allotted 80 characters, so make them count, and ensure that it’s clear and concise; you want your prospective buyers to know exactly what it is that you’re offering. Also, write something that’ll stand out from the crowd by keeping the title relatively original.
Category: Based upon your title, Takefreelancer will automatically suggest a few categories and subcategories, and typically one will match your offering. Although, if none are appropriate, you’re free to choose from a plethora of options from their dropdown menu. Find the category and subcategory that best fit your gig.
Search Tags: Put the terms you believe a buyer would be most likely to search for when looking for your service. You’re only allowed five terms, so be considerate. These will vary greatly depending on what you’re offering, so doing a bit of research into the most commonly searched terms in your category could help immensely.Once complete, click the large green “Save and Continue” button along the bottom right of the screen to advance to the next section.
Step 5: Establish Your Job Requirements
This is where you’ll include any requirements that are necessary for your buyer to supply in order for you to complete the job.
Step 6: Add a Media to Your Job
Your Job Media can either be comprised of photos, a video, PDFs, or all of the above. The files you choose to put in your media should all be relevant to your job’s offerings.
Step 7: Add more than one Package or publish your Job
You can add Multi Package .When you finish you can click Publish button and your work its live.